10 Days Explore Bhutan Tour

Good to Know
  • Duration 10 Days
  • Difficulty Level Easy
  • Group Size 1+
  • Trip Starts Paro
  • Trip Ends Paro
  • Group Style Group and Private
  • Activities Tours
  • Best Season September- June


  •   Explore the best places in Bhutan: Paro, Thimphu, Punakha, Jakar and Trongsa.
  •   See some of the most iconic landmarks such as the Tiger’s Nest Taktsang Monastery.
  •   Visit some of the most authentic villages in Bhutan.
  •   Incredible views along scenic routes.
  •   Go sightseeing in Bhutan’s capital city Thimphu and ancient capital Trongsa.
  •   A unique exploration tour around the  Bhumthang Valley.

An Advantage of Booking a Trip with a Trekking Planner Nepal.

  • Private vehicles pick up and drop off passengers at all airports.
  • First-aid kit box.
  • Trekking Planner’s down jackets, t-shirt, and cap, if necessary.
  • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (you should have insurance for emergency evacuation, which will be paid for by your travel insurance company).
  • We use an oximeter to check your pulse, oxygen saturation, and heart rate, and we provide oxygen.
  • Sim cards are provided by our company for travelers, so there won’t be any networking issues.

Trip Introduction: 10 Days Explore Bhutan Tour.

Go on an amazing journey across Bhutan from West to East in Nepal Trekking Planner’s Explore Bhutan tour of 10 days. This incredible sightseeing tour in Bhutan takes you to some of the most famous places and landmarks that this country has to offer! Furthermore, in this Explore Bhutan Tour, Nepal Trekking Planner brings you deeper into the country by exploring the famed Bhumthang Valley. Go on a journey for 10 days across Bhutan and visit Paro, Thimphu, the Bhumthang Valley, and the ancient capital of Trongsa.

With this Explore Bhutan Tour of 10 days, you’ll get to see some incredible sights and culture. Nepal Trekking Planner does advise you to try and book this tour to start on Wednesdays as then you can enjoy the local market and see the national archer games on day 4 in Thimphu, Bhutan’s capital city. If you want to explore the country of dragons and see more than just the famous touristic places, we do recommend booking this incredible Explore Bhutan tour of 10 days! The tour includes a short hiking trip as well.

The route of the 10 days Explore Bhutan Tour:
Have a look below to see every sightseeing place on the 10-day Explore Bhutan tour with a short description.


It all starts in Paro, home to the famous Tiger’s Nest Monastery. After you land at Paro’s International Airport your guide and Nepal Trekking Planner’s representative will already be waiting to meet and greet you. After a short but pleasant formality, we drive to your hotel for check-in and some refreshments. In the afternoon we go on a short guided tour sightseeing at Paro’s Museum and the Buddhist Shrine located in an old watchtower. In the evening we see the first of Bhutan’s nightlife and enjoy a pleasant dinner before turning in for the night. The next morning after breakfast, we go sightseeing at some of Paro’s famous places such as; the Paro Rinpung Dzong, the Kichu Temple, and the ruins of the Drugyel Dzong. After lunch, we head up to the famous Taktsang Monastery also known as the Tiger’s Nest Monastery. The climb can be strenuous for the inexperienced but you can always hire a donkey or pony to take you up! The monastery is just incredible and possibly the biggest highlight of the day. After enjoying the sights and listening to an informative explanation about the monastery and its origins from our guide we head back down for dinner.


On day 3 of the 10 days Explore Bhutan Tour we head to the capital city Thimphu. Depending on whether you arrived in Paro on a Wednesday you can enjoy some extra activities here. The drive is really pleasant and the views are just as incredible. On the way to Thimphu, you can see views of the Bride of Mt. Kanchenjunga, Mt Chomalhari (7,326m/24,035ft). After we check in to our hotel and enjoy lunch we head out to explore the first sights of Thimphu. We start by visiting the famous white Memorial Chorten, followed by a short walking tour around Thimphu. Enjoy dinner back at the hotel before heading out as the nightlife has a lot to offer as you would expect from a capital city. The next day we visit Thimphu’s famous places before lunch such as; the School of Arts and Crafts, the Folk Heritage Museum, and the Folk Heritage Museum. In the afternoon we go sightseeing at the Motithang Takin Reserve Park, the Tashicho Dzong, and the Zangdopelri Temple. After dinner, you can enjoy the last sights of Thimphu as the next day we drive to Punakha!


Today we head deeper into the country by driving to Punakha via the famous Dochula Mountain Pass at an altitude of 3,150m/10,335ft. Just past the mountain pass you’ll see 108 Buddhist Stupas and on clear days you can see the highest mountain in Bhutan, Mt Gangkhar Puensum (7,570 m/24,840ft)! We check into our hotel and enjoy lunch before going out and exploring Punakha. This afternoon we visit the beautiful Punakha Dzong and the Souvenir Making Center. For those who are up to it, we can do also a short evening hike up to the Khamsum Yuley Lakhang Stupa and the Chimi Lakhang temple.

The Bhumthang Valley.

During days 6 and 7 of the Explore Bhutan tour, we go exploring around Bhutan’s Bhumthang Valley. Our first destination is the village of Jakar. We start off by driving through the Pele La Mountain Pass at a height of 3,420m/11,221ft. Followed by a short visit to the Chendebji Chorten and a lunch break in Trongsa. Afterward, we head through the Youtong La at a height of 3,425m/11,237ft and continue on until reaching Jakar. Depending on your preference and availability we check in to our hotel or mountain lodge and enjoy dinner before turning in for the night.

Today we explore the Bhumthang Valley and go sightseeing at the Jambav Lhakang Temple, the Iron Castle (Chakar Temple), and the Kurjey Monastery Complex. Afterward, we leave our vehicle behind and prepare for a short hike through the valley to the Swiss farm. Hiking through the county side lets you experience more of authentic Bhutan and see some unique sights of nature! During thing the hike we’ll visit also the Tamshing Lhakang Temple and the Kunchok Sum Temple. At the Swiss farm, our vehicle will be waiting to drive to our next hotel or mountain lodge for lunch and check-in. In the afternoon we go more sightseeing and visit the newly built Namhai Nyingpo Monastery, the traditional Hospital, the Lamay Gompa, and Bhutan’s largest Dzong, the Jakar Dzong!


Known as the seat of Bhutan’s royal ancestors, Trongsa our next day’s destination is truly worth the visit! Having already enjoyed lunch here you might have noticed the incredible Dzong. This is the Trongsa Dzong and was built by the founding rulers of Bhutan! After arriving back at Trongsa and checking in to our hotel or mountain lodge to enjoy lunch we go sightseeing here. Afterward, we visit the Ta Dzong watchtower and ancient temple.

The next day we make our way back to Paro, which will take up most of the day. Passing back by Punakha and Thimphu we reach back Paro in the afternoon. After dinner, we enjoy some of the last sights and take a stroll around Paro’s old town. The next day after breakfast you’ll be transferred back to the airport for your ongoing departure.

Trekking Planner Nepal can extend this Explore Bhutan tour of 10 days for more days in Bhutan or even with a visit to Nepal as well! Just inform us during your booking so we can organize your Himalayan adventure.

Why 10 Days explore Bhutan Tour?

10 Days Bhutan Tour offers you to discover the distinct culture and natural splendor of the little Himalayan Kingdom. Bhutan is renowned for its dedication to conserving its traditional way of life and natural environment, and a 10-day tour allows you to experience these elements of the nation in depth.

During your tour, you will get the opportunity to see iconic landmarks like as the Taktsang Monastery(commonly known as Tiger's Nest), Punakha Dzong, and Thimphu, the capital city. You may also visit the rural countryside of the country, where you can trek through pristine woods, see lonely communities, and observe traditional festivals and festivities.

Not only that, this tour also allows you to experience Bhutanese unique culture through their food, music, arts and artitecture. You can try Bhutanese cuisine, which features spicy chilies, rice, and traditional dishes such as ema datshi (a cheese and chili dish), and attend cultural performances such as the traditional mask dances.

Overall, 10 Days Bhutan Trip gives you a thorough introduction to this attractive nation and allows you to immerse yourself in its culture and natural beauty.

Is 10 days explore Bhutan Tour right for you?

It is always up to your interests, physical capabilities, and travel preferences before picking any vacation package. Same thing applies on Bhutan tour also. If you love to experience cultural diversity, traditional lifestyle, unique art and architecture the trip is perfect for you.

Bhutan is a fantastic location for those who appreciate cultural immersion and want to experience a unique and traditional way of life. It is essential to remember, however, that Bhutan is a hilly nation, and many activities, such as hiking to the Taktsang Monastery or other isolated sites, may need some physical fitness.

Bhutan may not be the best place for you if you want a more adventurous or fast-paced trip. 10 Days discover Bhutan Trip, on the other hand, may be a fantastic alternative if you're looking for a distinct cultural and natural experience. It's essential that you extensively explore the nation and tour alternatives to verify that it is a good fit for your travel style and interests.

How should you prepare yourself for 10 days explore Bhutan Tour?

For the preparation of Bhutan Tour Trekking Planner Nepal shares you some tips and tricks for the preparation for the trip:

  • Plan your tour in advance: Since Bhutan has a limited number of daily visitor permits, it's important to schedule your tour early to assure availability. Trekking Planner Nepal is always available to book your trip in advance and make your trip memorable for life time.
  • Budget carefully: Bhutan is famous for its unique culture and for its hefty daily rate at the same time, which covers your lodging, food, transportation, and tour guide services. Budget wisely and make sure you have enough money for souvenirs, extra activities, and incidentals. Besides Trekking Planner Nepal also organizes you the tour package on your demand, budget and preference.
  • Get in shape: Bhutan has various trekking and outdoor activities, so being in shape before your trip is a smart idea. Consider practicing some cardio and strength training exercises to prepare for the physical demands of the tour.
  • Prepare seasonally: As, Bhutan has a unique four-season climate, it's essential to prepare for the time of year you'll be visiting. In general, the ideal periods to visit are spring (March-May) and fall (September-November), when temperatures are warm and the sky are bright. However, expect some rain and low temperatures, especially at higher elevations.
  • Respect and follow local traditions: Bhutan is religious and traditional country. If you intend to visit Bhutan you must be alert about their local cultures and traditions and respect them at the same time. You must not cross the limits and set up the boundary. Dress modestly, remove your shoes before visiting sacred buildings, and avoid public shows of affection.

By following these procedures and conducting some study before to your trip, you can guarantee that you are prepared for a safe and fun 10 Days vacation of Bhutan.

What is the best season for 10 Days Bhutan Tour?

The best season for a 10 Day Bhutan Tour is totally determined on your own tastes and the activities you wish to perform in Bhutan. Bhutan has four seasons: spring (March to May), summer (June to August), autumn (September to November), and winter (December to February). (December to February).

The ideal seasons to visit Bhutan are spring and autumn, when the weather is typically clear and the scenery is spectacular, with brilliant flowers and greenery in the spring and changing hues of leaves in the fall.

Summer is monsoon season, and while the rain provides lush foliage and fills rivers and waterfalls, it may also make trekking and outdoor activities more difficult. Winter is the coldest season, and snow may make certain regions of the country inaccessible.

So, if you want to escape monsoon rains and enjoy mild weather, the ideal seasons to visit Bhutan are spring and autumn.

Climate and weather of 10 days Bhutan Tour?

Because of its unique geography and height range, Bhutan has a diverse climate. The climate is generally subtropical in the south and alpine in the north. The nation is located in the eastern Himalayas and has a diverse climate ranging from tropical to snowline.

Bhutan is best visited in the spring and fall seasons, when the weather is often moderate and dry. In the spring (March to May), the weather is normally warm and bright, with a few nighttime showers. The temperature fluctuates from 15°C to 25°C during the day, and dips to roughly 5°C to 10°C at night.

The weather is generally bright throughout the fall months (September to November), with clear blue sky and cold temperatures. The temperature fluctuates from 10°C to 20°C during the day, and dips to roughly 0°C to 10°C at night.

The weather is normally warm and humid throughout the summer months (June to August), with occasional monsoon showers. The temperature fluctuates from 20°C to 30°C during the day, and dips to roughly 15°C to 20°C at night.

The weather is chilly and dry throughout the winter months (December to February), with occasional snowfall at higher elevations. The temperature fluctuates from 5°C to 15°C during the day, and descends to roughly -5°C to 5°C at night.

At the end you need to keep in mind that the weather of Bhutan can be unpredictable, so you must bring warm clothing, rain gear, and sunscreen no matter what season you visit.

Local culture and tradition.

Bhutan is a small country well-known for its distinct culture and customs, which have mostly survived due to the remoteness of the country and the government's efforts to conserve its legacy. Trekking Planner Nepal mentions some highlights of Bhutanese culture and tradition:

  • Buddhism: Bhutan is mostly Buddhist, and the religion is essential to the culture and identity country. Bhutanese Buddhism is distinguished by its unique ceremonies, prayer flags, and chortens. (Stupas). More than 85 % of population follows Vajrayana Buddhism.
  • Architecture: Bhutanese architecture is defined by the use of traditional construction materials including rammed earth, stone, and wood, as well as the elaborate ornamental patterns that cover buildings and structures. The dzong, a walled monastery that serves as a center of religious and governmental power in each district, is the most renowned example of Bhutanese architecture.
  • Dress: Bhutanese people typically dress in brightly colored, handwoven clothing fashioned from locally manufactured materials, such as kira (a long skirt) for ladies and gho (a knee-length robe) for men. In government offices, schools, and other public areas, the dress code is strongly enforced.
  • Bhutanese Cuisine: Bhutanese cuisine is characterized by spicy tastes, the usage of chili peppers, and a dependence on locally grown goods such as rice, vegetables, and dairy products. Ema datshi, a spicy stew made with chili peppers and cheese, is the national cuisine.

These are some of the important characteristics of Bhutanese culture and tradition that make the country a unique and fascinating tourist destination.

Washing, Toilet and Accommodation facilities.

Washing and Toilet facilities in Bhutan differs from that of many other nations. In Bhutan, the majority of toilets are squat toilets, which are simply holes in the ground with a ceramic or concrete base. Western-style toilets are available in some locations, but they are less prevalent.

To wash your hands after using a squat toilet, look for a nearby tap or bucket of water, as well as a small basin or jug. You can clean yourself with the water in the same way that you would with toilet paper. It's a good idea to carry your own toilet paper because it might not be available.

Bhutan has an extensive range of lodging options, from cheap guesthouses to premium hotels. Homestays are also provided in certain rural locations, where you may stay with a local family and learn about Bhutanese culture firsthand.

In general, Bhutanese housing is clean and pleasant, with most hotels and guesthouses offering basic services like hot water, electricity, and Wi-Fi. However, keep in mind that Bhutan is a developing country, and norms may differ from those in more industrialized countries.

Trekking Planner Nepal helps you with the best service and accommodation as per your requirement. We always prioritize your preference and provide you the best service as per your budget and choice.

Important Note.

To offer an even better service to our travelers, we ask you to take a look at these information points before booking your trip with us.

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Nepal Trekking Planner’s Explore Bhutan tour of 10 days follows our standard itinerary published on this page.  While some days may end up longer or shorter due to travel times, all accommodation, transportation, and meals as per the itinerary are included while on tour in Bhutan with Nepal Trekking Planner. If any changes need to be made to the itinerary while on tour due small chance of political, or natural occurrences, our representative will take full responsibility for completing your itinerary where possible.

    •     Trekking Planner’s representative awaits you with your name card at the airport
    •     Meet and greet with your local guide
    •     Transfer to your hotel for check in
    •     Afternoon Paro Museum visit
    •     Visit the Buddhist shrine
    •     Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel

    Traveler's note: Did you know that the Paro Museum is located inside an old watch tower? The Buddhist shrine shows a unique lineage tree accompanied by four Buddhist statues representing the four schools; The Sakya, Gelug, Nyingma and Kagyu.

      •     Hotel breakfast
      •     Enjoy guided sightseeing in Paro:
      •     Visit the Paro Rinpung Dzong
      •     Visit the Kichu Temple
      •     Visit the ruins of the Drugyel Dzong
      •     Lunch
      •     Head up to the famous Tiger’s Nest, the Paro Taktsang Monastery
      •     Either hike up or choose to hire a pony
      •     Enjoy a few hours at the monastery
      •     Head back down to the hotel
      •     Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel

      Traveller’s note: Did you know that the word Dzong means fortress in Bhutanese. Today you’ll be able to visit 2 famous Dzongs in Paro. The Tiger’s Nest Monastery is located at a height of 3,120m/10,236ft? Build in the 16th century by Gyalse Tenzin Rabgye in honour of the Guru Rinpoche, the Paro Taktsang Monastery is one of the highest landmarks of Bhutan!


        •    Hotel breakfast and check out
        •    Drive to Thimphu
        •    Hotel check in and lunch
        •    Visit the famous Memorial Chorten
        •    Explore around Thimphu
        •    Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel

        Traveller’s note: Did you know that the drive from Paro to Bhutan’s capital Thimphu only takes about two hours? During the drive you can see amazing views of Mt Chomolhari (7,326m/24,035ft). Also pronounced as Mt Jomolhari, meaning “the bride of Kanchenjunga”!

          •     Hotel breakfast
          •     Enjoy guided sightseeing in Thimphu: Visit the School of Arts and Crafts, Visit the Folk Heritage Museum and Visit the National Library
          •     Lunch
          •     Enjoy afternoon guided sightseeing in Thimphu: Visit the Motithang Takin Reserve Park, Visit the Tashicho Dzong and Visit the Zangdopelri Temple
          •     Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel

          Traveller’s note: Did you know that on the weekends you can check out Thimphu’s archery competition and the local market. Make sure you arrive in Paro on a Wednesday in order to be in Thimphu for the weekend! Did you know that the Takin is the national animal of Bhutan? At the Motithang Takin Reserve Park (a mini zoo) you can see this exotic animal.


            •     Hotel breakfast and check out
            •     Drive by private vehicle to Punakha
            •     Stop at the 108  Buddhist Stupas
            •     Arrival at Punakha
            •     Hotel check in and lunch
            •     Enjoy guided sightseeing at Punakha: Drive to and visit the  legendary Punakha Dzong and Visit the Souvenir Making Center
            •     (Opt.) Enjoy an evening hike to:  Khamsum Yuley Lakhang Stupa and Chimi Lakhang temple
            •     Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel

            Traveller’s note: Did you know that during our drive to Punakha we pass the Dochula Mountain Pass (3,150m/10,335ft). From here you can see the highest mountain in Bhutan, Mt Gangkhar Puensum (7,570 m/24,840ft)! The Punakha Dzong is considered to be the most beautiful of all Bhutan’s fortresses? It was built somewhere in the 16th century and houses a temple with complex and beautiful architecture. Also known to be the second largest fortress and the second oldest.

              •   Hotel breakfast and check out
              •   Drive by private vehicle to the Pele La Mountain Pass
              •   Continue the drive on to the Chendebji Chorten for sightseeing
              •   Stop at Trongsa for lunch
              •   Drive further via the Youtong La Mountain Pass to Jakar
              •   Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel/lodge

              Traveller’s note: Did you know that the Pele La has a height of 3,420m/11,221ft and the Youtong La has a height of 3,425m/11,237ft! After descending the last pass we stop briefly at Zugney village, in Chume, one of the four valleys of Bhumthang. Here you can witness how they make authentic Yathra, woollen textiles.

                •     Hotel breakfast and check out
                •     Drive though the Bhumthang Valley and visit: The Jambav Lhakang Temple,    The Iron Castle (Chakar Temple) and The Kurjey Monastery Complex
                •     Enjoy a light sightseeing hike: Hike to the Chamkhar Chu River, Continue on to the Tamshing Lhakang Temple, Visit the Kunchok Sum Temple and Reach to the Swiss farm
                •     Pick up by your private vehicle and transfer to your hotel/lodge for check in
                •     Lunch
                •     Afternoon sightseeing in the Bhumthang Valley: Visit the newly built Namhai Nyingpo Monastery, Visit the traditional Hospital, Visit the Jakar Dzong and Visit the Lamay Gompa
                •     Drive back to your hotel
                •     Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel/lodge

                Traveller’s note: Did you know that the Jambav Lhakang Monastery is one out of three monasteries build to supress an evil demoness? Did you know that the Tamshing Lhakang Temple houses over 95 Buddhist monks and is recently listed on the World Heritage Sites tentative list! The Jakar Dzong is one of Bhutan’s largest Dzongs, and was built on the grounds of an ancient temple.


                  •    Hotel breakfast and check out
                  •    Drive back to Trongsa
                  •    Enjoy the last sights of the Bhumthang Valley
                  •    Arrival at Trongsa + check in
                  •    Lunch
                  •    Afternoon sightseeing at Trongsa: Visit the famous Trongsa Dzong and Visit the Ta Dzong watchtower & temple
                  •    Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel/lodge

                  Traveller’s note: Did you know that the Dzong at Trongsa is one of Bhutan’s most impressive Dzongs as ancient kings ruled over the country from here! Temple at the Ta Dzong watchtower is made in honour of the first king of Bhutan’s father, Jigme Namgyel! Trongsa is known to be the village of where the royal family of Bhutan started to rule the country. The ancient capital!


                    •     Hotel breakfast and check out
                    •     Drive back to Paro
                    •     Visit the Chendebji Chorten on the way back to the Pele La Pass
                    •     After crossing the Pass we drive further back through Punakha
                    •     Continue on back to Thimphu for lunch
                    •     Drive further back to Paro
                    •     Hotel check in
                    •     Enjoy the last evening by exploring Paro’s nightlife
                    •     Dinner and overnight stay at your hotel

                    Traveller’s note: Did you know that Paro’s old town is great for some last souvenir shopping? You can explore around the evening markets and see the nightlife of Paro and Bhutan for a last time!


                      •    Check-out
                      •    Our team will transfer you to the airport approx. 3hrs before departure
                      •    We hope you enjoyed the Explore Bhutan tour of 10 days with Trekking Planner, and can’t wait to organize your next trek in Bhutan, Tibet or Nepal!

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                      What's Included
                      • All airport pick up drop by private vehicle.
                      • All Meals [Breakfast /Lunch/Dinner] with tea and coffee.
                      • Twin/double shearing accommodation in a 3-star hotel.
                      • Guided sightseeing tours private vehicles and all necessary entrance fees.
                      • A highly experience, helpful, knowledgeable, friendly, English-speaking, well-trained, Government license holding guide. Price includes his salary, food, drinks, accommodation, transport, and insurance.
                      • Bhutan Entry visa fees.
                      • All applicable government and local taxes per the itinerary.      
                      • Welcome dinner in an authentic restaurant.
                      • First aid kid box.
                      • Trekking Planner’s T-shirt, cap, duffel bags, city and trekking route maps – if necessary.
                      • Arrangement of emergency evacuation service (should have insurance for emergency evacuation and will be paid by your travel insurance company).
                      What's Excluded
                      • All the International airfare to and from Paro, Bhutan (no need to pay departure tax for international flights). we do organize international flight tickets, please contact us if you need them.
                      • Single room supplementary.
                      • Personal travel and health insurance as well as insurance for helicopter evacuation.
                      • Your personal expenses such as (laundry, phone calls, bar and beverage bill, water, etc).
                      • The tips to the trekking crews and drive.
                      Departure Dates

                      If the given date is not appropriate for you, Please CONTACT US (Call/email now for a private trip, [email protected], Mobile +977 98510 71767 (24 hrs) - WhatsApp and Viber)so that Trekking Planner can happily manage your trip on dates favorable for you.

                      Trekking Planner also organizes various trips in small groups that can suit you. We recommend you reserve a seat for yourself by booking with us right away for a wonderful experience with us. Hurry up! Adventure is waiting for you.

                      Essential Info

                      Suggested Equipment List

                      • Duffel/Rucksack bag/Suitcase (We provide one complimentary Trekking Planner duffel bag that is to be returned after the trip).
                      • Day pack.
                      • Hiking shoes.
                      • Sports shoes or sandals.
                      • Sun Hat/cap.
                      • Warm woolen cap.
                      • Warm fleece jacket or puffy jacket.
                      • Waterproof Gore-Tex layer.
                      • Pullover or warm sweeter.
                      • Raincoat.
                      • 4/5 pairs of good quality socks.
                      • Hand gloves.
                      • 2/3 pairs of hiking trousers.
                      • 3/4 pairs of hiking shirts.
                      • 3/4 pairs of underwear (noncotton preferred).
                      • Sunglasses.
                      • Water bottle.
                      •  Flash or Torch light.
                      • Camera and batteries.
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                        Solo in Bhutan

                        This was my second trip with Trekking Planner (the first was the EBC trek) and I'm certain I'll be booking more. Dipak and his team were so thoughtful and made me feel well taken care of throughout the entire trip. My guide was great about listening to my interests and modifying the itinerary to better suit them. Bhutan is SO beautiful and the accommodations each night were wonderful. The Bhutanese people are so kind and always made me feel welcome. I hope to visit again some day!

                        Holly AveryCyprus,May 10, 2024
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